Tenant in S’pore claims $360k of jewellery missing in rental dispute

The tenant said her valuables allegedly vanished after the landlord wrongfully barred her from returning to the unit one day. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - Tenant-landlord relationships can often be fraught, but when $360,000 worth of jewellery goes “missing”, accusations start flying and the men in blue are called, you know things have really gone off the rails.

The case, which involved a tenant in Singapore who was evicted from a studio flat before her lease ended, is hair-raising enough on its own merits, but it also carries a cautionary tale.

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